In a continued 90 minute episode, Michael and Sara's newfound happiness is short-lived, as Sara soon finds herself in prison, and Michael must break her out before a vengeful Krantz has her killed.

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Lincoln Burrows
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Theodore 'T-Bag' Bagwell
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Gretchen Morgan
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Dr. Sara Tancredi
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General Jonathan Krantz
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In a continued 90 minute episode, Michael and Sara's newfound happiness is short-lived, as Sara soon finds herself in prison, and Michael must break her out before a vengeful Krantz has her killed.

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Last show of this series. See more »

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During Season 4 Lincoln mentions that Michael is born in 1976 (after finding the picture where he is 4 years old and their mother is pregnant with Michael). Yet in the final scenes of this Episode Michael's tombstone shows his year of birth as 1974. See more »

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Michael Scofield: We're free now... We're free...
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Edited from Prison Break: The Final Break (2009) See more »

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Composed by Ramin Djawadi
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After some forced episodes, we finally get what PB fans deserve-one final break!
24 October 2017 | by (USA) – See all my reviews

I have never written a review for PB. But I think they E24 is the best, though it was unnecessary to show Scofield's tombstone in Episode 22. A loved the DVD part.

But now we know that Scofield's character is resurrected. Funny, because the producers should try something new instead of rolling the dice for the fifth time!


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